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- Azden SGM-250P Professional Shotgun Microphone (Regular price: $229.00)
- Movie Forms (Regular price: $149.99)
- Sound Design Theory and Practice: Working with Sound, 1st Edition (Regular price: $39.95)
- StudentFilmmakers Magazine 1-Year Print Subscription (Regular price: $56.00)
About the Azden SGM-250P Professional Shotgun Microphone
Professional, broadcast quality shotgun microphone for film and video production. Powered by standard 48V phantom power.
- Handcrafted in Japan
- Newly developed, original microphone element
- Wide frequency response and dynamic range
- P48 phantom power
- Easy access low-cut filter
- 200mm length great for boom pole operation
- All metal alloy case
- 10 year warranty with online registration
The SGM-250P Professional Shotgun Microphone was designed for video and filmmaking professionals to deliver broadcast quality sound at a low budget price. Boasting the same level of high quality construction and sound performance as the SGM-250 model, the SMG-250P is a phantom powered only model, offering an even more affordable solution for those who do not require a battery power option in their microphone. Azden has set a new level in quality and performance with the SGM-250 and SGM-250P: A completely redesigned microphone element drastically improves sensitivity, frequency response and signal to noise ratio. The all metal-alloy case provides rugged durability and strong resistance to RF. The microphone’s custom designed, slotted, acoustic barrel exhibits excellent super-cardioid directionality and side noise rejection. The SGM-250P also comes equipped with an easily accessible low-cut filter switch on the body of the microphone. Set at 160Hz with a 3dB/octave roll off, the low-cut filter is designed to provide a smoother and more pronounced reduction in low frequencies, handy for combating noisy environments and proximity effect. Measuring 200mm in length (about 8 inches) the SGM-250P is easily kept out of frame in boom pole applications and is suitable for almost any filming situation. The SGM-250P comes with a leatherette, zipper carry pouch and a shock-absorbing mic clip with shoe mount.
In The Box
- Zippered carry pouch
- Foam Windscreen
- Shock-Mount Holder
- Mic Element: Electret Condenser
- Freq. Response: 20Hz – 20kHz
- Low-Cut Filter: Selectable @160Hz, 3dB/Oct
- Polar Pattern: Super-cardioid
- Dynamic Range: 115dB
- Sensitivity: -38dB at 1kHz (0dB = 1V/Pa)
- Impedance: 120Ω (at 1kHz)
- Max Input SPL: 132dB (1kHz at 1% T.H.D.)
- S/N Ratio: 77dB (1kHz at 1Pa)
- Power Requirement: 11-50V Phantom
- Output: 3-pin XLR
- Dimensions: 200mm x 21mm (7.87” x 0.83”) (Length x Diameter)
- Weight: 90g (3.2 oz)
- Accessories: Shock mount, windscreen, carrying case
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About the Book, "Sound Design Theory and Practice"
Sound Design Theory and Practice:
Working with Sound
By Leo Murray
206 pages | 29 B/W Illus.
Sound Design Theory and Practice is a comprehensive and accessible guide to the concepts which underpin the creative decisions that inform the creation of sound design.
A fundamental problem facing anyone wishing to practice, study, teach or research about sound is the lack of a theoretical language to describe the way sound is used and a comprehensive and rigorous overarching framework that describes all forms of sound. With the recent growth of interest in sound studies, there is an urgent need to provide scholarly resources that can be used to inform both the practice and analysis of sound. Using a range of examples from classic and contemporary cinema, television and games this book provides a thorough theoretical foundation for the artistic practice of sound design, which is too frequently seen as a ‘technical’ or secondary part of the production process.
Engaging with practices in film, television and other digital media, Sound Design Theory and Practice provides a set of tools for systematic analysis of sound for both practitioners and scholars.
Table of Contents
2 Theories of Sound
3 Audiovisual Theories of Sound
4 Sound as a Sign
5 Analysing Sound with Semiotics
6 King Kong (1933)
7 No Country for Old Men
8 Sound in Non-fiction
9 Sound in Video Games
10 Sound in Practice
About the Author
Leo Murray is a lecturer in sound at Murdoch University, Australia. He spent ten years as a broadcast engineer in the UK, before moving into teaching and researching in sound, principally working in film and television. His research interests include sound design, semiotics and media ethics.
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